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Indo-Pak talks on Kashmir progressing well: Musharraf

Saturday 25 June 2005

Islamabad, June 25 (PTI): Observing that the Indo-Pak peace was "proceeding well" and there was "harmony" between the leadership of both the countries, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today said his country sees "light at the end of the tunnel" on efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue.

"It is proceeding well. We have made progress. There is understanding and there is harmony between the leadership and that is best. There are good intentions on both sides to resolve dispute peacefully," he said referring to talks on the Kashmir issue.

"We are moving forward and flexibility is shown by both sides, which is a good omen. Therefore we see light at the end of the tunnel," he told reporters before emplaning on a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia.

Musharraf said he planned to discuss the Palestinian issue with the leaders of Saudi Arabia.

"When we talk of regional issues, the most important issue is the Palestinian dispute. We would like to discuss and coordinate our stand on this," he said.

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